>> who is going to be held accountable for making up the idea in mind about ben carson? who is held accountable for the robocalls and the commercials on television they had to pull down? i think it's a very disturbing pattern of the campaign. lauren: meanwhile, john kasich apologizes for the comment in a town hall he made yesterday. take a listen. >> how did i get elect to? i didn't have anybody for me. we have an army of people and many women who left their kitchens to go to door-to-door and precarious times that for me. lauren: governor kasich says he doesn't say things that are play because they shed because it
shed because it does not visit teleprompter. adding he will be more careful going forward. here's a reminder. same with fox business for coverage of the gop caucus night 11:00 p.m. eastern here in the fox business network. nicole: donald trump on hannity last night lashing out at his rivals. >> i don't mind commercials, but at least have it be bad. i have one in las vegas right now having to do with federal lead. a cruise commercial. dave made this thing. where did they come up with these ideas? he justified his guy, maybe that'll be the end of it. train to the republican front-runner has been seeking an ice from mayor rudy giuliani at six and his tight inner circle. this has establishment heavyweight support marker rubio.
lauren: jeb bush are jeb bush or greeley spent more than $125,000 before spending the bid for the white house. a "washington post" or defines the vast majority for many which purchase to purchase airtime on local television stations but consulting firms received commissiocommissio ns and fees along the way. for the rest of the money amount to pull in from the legal other areas. push one for delegates which means the campaign and the super pac spent $31 million per delegate. nicole: vice president joe biden supports these that vacancy should be filled in an election year. republicans say his comments made in 1990 to suggest the contrary. >> it is my view if a supreme court justice resigned tomorrow or the next several weeks or resigns at the end of the summer, president bush should consider following the practice of a majority of his
predecessors and not name the nominee until after the november election is completed. lauren: one excerpt as his speech is not an accurate description of his views on the subject. in a statement, as i concluded the statement critics point to today urged the senate to overcome partisan differences to assure the function of the founding fathers intended. president obama expected to name justice antonin scalia's replacement in the coming weeks. lauren: a top official for the office of personnel management has resigned it dumbest remark from in the step down yesterday under pressure following severity breaches last year prevented personal data for 22 million government workers in that case was stolen.
allegedly from hackers in china. seem china. seymour was to testify tomorrow before a house committee. the hearing has now been canceled. lauren: beerbohm administration is being accused of illegally shredding taxpayers three and a half those dollars to pay for by medicare. americans with health insurance pay taxes part of the programs which are probably don't be because his church to her employer. part of attacks was to go through the treasury and fell upon the care policies to cover the losses. the amount race has been coming up short. $2 billion last year and 1.5 billion this year. health and human services secretary burwell will face questions on the matter when she testifies this week. the prosecutor says the uber driver accused of killing two people have admitted to carrying out the attacks. for a federal jason feldman was arraigned yesterday.
>> does anyone wish to tell the court that this time? >> police and prosecutors said they were random and a not rebuild mode. writers have given thought and great ratings until saturday when the company received multiple complaints about the driving. he continued to give rise after the first shooting. he was denied bond. nicole: for the latest development with apple over an iphone use that one of the san bernardino terrorists. apple which was refusing to run not the iphone is suggesting the government of former commission to look at problems by encryption. victims will file a legal brief in support of the fbi's attempt to force apple to unlock the phone. their attorney discussed the risk of people dealing with apple would use for that with
their own maria bartiromo. >> we go back to the 1960s have been wiretapping. the illegal wiretapping that took place can happen. there's always bad guys out there doing that same spirit that does not mean we paralyzed on force. we need to get the information they need. nicole: they are flying across the country in support of apple's refusal. the london "financial times" reported bill gates is back in the fbi request. let's say you cut up a global market action. down near us across the board. the shanghai in chinatown a percent. the hang seng in hong kong and indicated japan down .4%. nicole: exports out of germany weaker than expected. the dax down three quarters of 1%, the cac than one quarter of
1%. lauren: kessler, nicole. even the features or negative at that feature some 49 points, but and s&p are positive for the month of february. nicole: yesterday with sacred cave and not write them higher. 32.66 a barrel in a box right now. the only one stronger as the japanese yen. pressure in the u.k. pound that great britain might leave the european union. lauren: the yield on the 10 year treasury 1.75%. two american industrial giants export the merger of the deal talks have stalled over antitrust concerns. confirming reports yesterday they have held talks. united technologies had to deal with face insurmountable regulatory obstacles that the companies are each worth more than $70 billion have overlaps in their businesses, especially
until that would likely draw other companies in the senate to, but maybe officials as well. nicole: questions over accounting practices to restate past financial results. the chipmaker wrapping up an internal review which found roughly $58 million in revenue for 2015 and 72014. the restatements around some business of medication distributor shall adore. the overall impact of the restatement will reportedly have shares down 4% in premarket trading. lauren: we're watching shares of said bit this morning. the stock is sharply lower after the company issued a weak outlook after the bell yesterday. look at the big right now. 1351 to 1375.
a global launch of new products include in the smart will then result. the downbeat guidance overshadowed better-than-expected earnings for the fourth quarter. nicole: they were down 40%. 70% off its highs. obviously getting under real pressure. setback for google. reportedly shutting down websites for comparison shopping boards and mortgages. "the wall street journal" says google will start winding down this month and be completely shut down by march 23rd. the service had only been running for one year. lauren: here's a look at the headlines. "the wall street journal" older women reshaped the u.s. job market. more female workers are delaying to help transform america's economy. then you have slashes and dividend. this comes after the mining giants have promised to keep the payouts have they were rising. benefits once told employees, no
back in stairwells. the company ceo wants to cultivate a more mature work atmosphere. nicole: i'll go back to the retirement story. command at the sports, the golden state warriors passed another milestone set by the chicago bulls and the incredible season. more upsets. we will let you know who fell coming up. the country music legend passed away. ♪ lauren: will tell you about the incredible life of sonny james. down arrows across the board down about one third to 1% for the dow and s&p. nasdaq down half of 1%. you are watching espn am, your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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♪ lauren: country music legend sonny james has died at the singer ruled the country charts for 20 years and is known for turning pop songs in the country had. from 1960-1979 county spent 57 links at the tops of the charts and hit number 123 times. he had his streak of 16 number one country hits. that's a record that stood until 1985 when the band broke it. james was inducted into the country music hall of fame in 2006. sonny james died in hospice care and nashville, tennessee at the age of 87. nicole: let's get you caught up in the global market action. predictive stocks under pressure with renewed concerns about growth solid china.
the devaluation of the one from a shanghai composite index down a percent, hang seng accord represent them in making kospi lost. lauren: stocks are trading to the downside as well. the cac down 12 points or a quarter of 1% of the dax than 70 points come three quarters of 1%. nicole: watching u.s. stocks after again yesterday commemorate now is in the down town 53, sv done six on the nasdaq and 20. trained lauren: 30 to 65 a barrel, gold is up $9 to 1218 announced ban nicole: now let's take a look at the latest from the world of sports. they reach nba history. the 95-96 needed just one more game after the 102 the teresa curry said that safety winces
grade but the teammates to stay hungry because no one will talk about the regular-season wins in june. next man man went to a period miami takedown number three virginia 64-61 last night. cavaliers got to tie the game at the buzzer beater at the end getting the fourth when of the season. the win also gives miami sole possession of second place just behind north carolina to beat the hurricanes by 25 points in the previous match a period jason page that the way for the 14th rates west virginia over number seven teen i was. scoring a career-high. dirty for points 99787 victory. is going when this reason. they put themselves just a game and a half behind for first place in the conference.
lauren: voters had two caucuses in nevada to pay for republic and presidential candidate. ted cruz aspired a spokesman for false news targeting marco rubio. >> every single day something comes out of the cruz campaign. it's a very disturbing pattern of the substance campaign. lauren: fit bit if he sat to watch big sales growth is slowing down. you will have the story for you. checking index futures. down 59 points come s&p futures done seven. the s&p 500 down less than 5% this year. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: breaking news this morning. nevada voters choose a presidential candidate today in the campaigns are red-hot. ted cruz star in a spokesman for false news story that targeting marco rubio ball john kasich apologizes for a comments about women in the kitchen. good tuesday morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: i am nicole petallides. donald trump hosting on the eve. lauren: to douse two and a 20-point rally yesterday. let's take a look at this giving up 62 points. s&p futures done 7.5 points. lauren: oil prices to the downside down .4%. the shanghai composite index 8%.
lauren: oil prices are falling back. the decline of 2.3%. nicole: shares of fit bit a too much. taken after the company reported sales of portable fitness tracker is expected to slow. lauren: after less than a year, global shutting down comparison shopping sites for mortgages and car insurance. we'll have the story for you. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at today's market ,-com,-com ma the latest breaking news and what to expect they had. nicole: the republican nevada caucuses taking place today if donald trump looks forward his third win in a row. meanwhile the communications are senator ted cruz resigns after you falsely rich marco rubio is the bible. >> this is a grave error of judgment. it turned out the new story was false, but even if that was true, we are not a campaign that
will question the faith of another candidate. >> who is held accountable for lying about ben carson question mark who is held accountable for the robocalls in the commercials on television? i think it is a very disturbing pattern of campaign. nicole: ohio governor john kasich apologizes for this comments he made in a town hall event yesterday in virginia. >> how did i get elected? i didn't have anybody for me. an army of people and many women who left their kitchens to go door to door in the yard signs up for me. nicole: is later governor kasich says he doesn't say things as artfully as a shed because the destinies of teleprompter. he's going to try to be a bit more careful. make sure to satisfy is right
here five lauren: hannity also lashing out last night. >> i was in me. i don't mind that commercials, but i've won't, but i've won't be is good to see it? i but that have to do with federal land? they made this thing and it's like where do they come up with these ideas although he does fire these guys come is that that'll be the end of the period >> republican front runner has been seeking advice from new york city mayor rudy giuliani restaurant gradually expenses tight inner circle. the heavyweights continue to support florida senator marco rubio. nicole: vice president joe biden supports these that vacancies should be filled even in the election year. republicans say has comments made back in 1992 suggests the
contrary. >> it is my view that if the supreme court justice resigns tomorrow or the next several weeks, or resigned that the end of the summer, president bush should consider following the practice of a majority of his predecessors and not -- and not name a nominee until after the november election is complete. >> the vice president says one excerpt of his speech is not an accurate description of the views of the subject. in the statement he says as i conclude in the same statement critics are pointing to today urged the senate in the white house to work together to overcome partisan differences to ensure functions as the founding fathers intended. president obama expected to name justice antonin scalia's replacement in the coming weeks.
lauren: the prosecutor says the man accused of killing six people and wounded two others of kalamazoo, michigan has admitted to carrying out the attacks are the 45-year-old drove for uber was arraigned yesterday. >> is there anything you wish to tell concerning connections with the community? lauren: police and prosecutors say the shootings were random. they had been giving him great ratings until yesterday with multiple complaints about his driving. he was denied bond. >> one passenger before the shootings occurred called 9-1-1. now for the latest developments in the government dispute with apple over the iphone use of the san bernardino terrorists. refusing to unlock the iphone suggesting a government commissioned to look at the
problem posed by encryption. the victims will file a legal brief in support of the fbi's attempt to force apple to unlock the iphone. the attorney discussed the risk of people stealing software apple would use for the task with tyrone maria bartiromo. >> in the 1960s we started having water tapping, the illegal wiretapping that to place can have been. there is always bad guys out there doing bad days. that does not mean we paralyze law enforcement. we need to get the implement should we need. >> today in support of the refusal to hack the iphone. meanwhile the london "financial times" reported bill gates is back in the fbi's request to get into the iphone. lauren: baskets to cut above global action overnight. the shanghai down 20%. hang 10 to quarter of 4%. kospi down .1%.
nicole: all down arrows as well. the experts out of germany weaker than expected down 1%. the cac down half of 1%. lauren: a great couple days for u.s. equities indicating done 72 points. nasdaq futures done 24 points this morning. the dallas out of correction territory. ditto for the s&p 500. nicole: in oil search text outset that the pullback to .2% to 75 cents at 3264 a barrel. that is higher up almost 10 bucks at 12.19 to try out. lauren: we will tell you about a new superfast jet propulsion system that nasa is working on. they call it the snowman. little has some great images that this february full moon. how pretty is that? your first look at morning
lauren: let's look at you as teachers or data features on 68 points. a great couple of days. nasdaq futures done 24. nicole: as oil polls at this talk across the globe. today oil is down 77 cents. 32.62. lauren: nasa working on a faster to get to mars )-right-paren they would take six months to reach the red planet. the new system would take three days. it works by having lasers that propel a giant sail. the system and get a boost of earth-based lasers rather than photons from the sun's rays. researchers working on the new technology to help a robotic craft reach mars.
they also hope they can reach targets that are light years away. nicole: pretty cool. that's no moon check these out. plenty of people to to twitter with their very own pictures of the celeste teal event. just it ordinarily fulminant february. but it. but hasek will make payment and extent has the story called the full snow moon. the heaviest snows usually followed february. make sure you can send us a treat of your snowman pictures and actually grabs him. >> i like the last one. it was ominous looking. voters had two caucuses to pick a republican presidential candidate in the war of words is red hot. ted cruz firing for a false news story targeting mark or rubio. >> every single day something comes out of the cruz campaign. it's a very disturbing pattern. lauren: the latest from the
nicole: breaking news this morning. nevada voters had two caucuses to choose the republican presidential candidate today. campaigns are red-hot. ted cruz turned a spokesman for false news story targeting darker rubio while john kasich apologizes for comments in the kitchen. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: we are in the studio, not the kitchen. donald trump holding a rally on the eve of the vote to drum up last-minute support. the latest from nevada. nicole: the markets after the dallas rally yesterday. 28-point to the upside. let's check stock market futures today. down arrows and write vacuous features on 61 for the dow, s&p down seven. lauren: oil prices retreat. china shanghai composite 10.8%. nicole: after shooting 6% yesterday, oil prices falling
back a bit. well done 60 cents at 32.71. watching shares of fit bit tanking after the company reported sales of the fitness trackers to slow down. nicole: less than they are on the market, google shutting down the website for financial products such as mortgages and car insurance. we will have that story. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news in what to expect that they had. transfer the republican caucus has taken place today as donald trump looks for his third straight win. the director resigns after he falsely alleged that senator mark or rubio in full to the bible. >> rick treated out a story that falsely distributed comments about the bible. regardless, we are not going to call anyone's faith into question. that's a standardized set for
the beginning and that's why after resignation. >> who is held accountable for making the video and mind about ben carson? who was held accountable for robocalls and the commercials on television they had to pull down? it's a very disturbing pattern. lauren: ohio governor john kasich is apologizing for this comment he made at town hall in virginia. >> how did i get elected? i didn't have anybody for me. we just got an army of people and many women who left kitchen to go door-to-door in per yard signs up for me. lauren: governor kasich said he sometimes doesn't say things as artfully as the show because he doesn't use the teleprompter. he's also going to be more careful going forward. fairfax business for coverage of the caucuses tonight starting at 11:00 p.m. eastern here on the fox business network.
nicole: donald trump on hannity last night lashing out at his rival, ted cruz. >> is having commercials. that wasn't me. i have one being made right now. having to do with federal land. and they made this thing back where do they come up with these ideas. others just by discussing maybe that'll be the end of it. lauren: the republican front runner has been seeking advice from mayor rudy giuliani as he gradually expenses tight inner circle. this establishment to support florida senator mark or rubio. nicole: supreme court vacancies should be filled even in an election year. republicans say his comments made back in the t. 92 suggest the contrary.
>> it is my fear that if a supreme court justice resigned tomorrow or in the next several weeks or resigned that the end of the summer, president bush should consider following the practice of the majority of predecessors and not name a nominee until after the november election is completed. nicole: the vice president says an excerpt is an accurate description of his views on the subject. in a statement, he says this i concluded the same statement critics point to today urge the senate and white house to work together to overcome differences to ensure the core functions as the founding fathers intended. president obama expected to name justice antonin scalia has replacement in coming weeks. >> in the wake of massive government have come officials up personnel management have resigned.
donna seymour, the chief information officer sat down yesterday under pressure following the purity breaches last year when we learned personal data for 22 million government workers and others was stolen allegedly from hackers in china. seymour was due to testify tomorrow before a house committee about the breach. the hearing has now been canceled. lauren: the obama administration accused by critics of the glacier and taxpayers $3.5 billion to pay for obamacare. lauren: americans pay the taxes that program big that we don't see charge to our employers. they go to the treasure buried in part to insurance companies that sell obamacare policies to help cover losses. the amount raised has been raised at one point i billion this year. health and human services secretary sylvia mathews are well will face questions on the matter when she testifies this
week. nicole: the man accused of killing six people and wounding two others in kalamazoo michigan over the weekend has admitted to carrying out these attacks. 45 girl jason thought who drove for gruber was arraigned yesterday. >> is there anything you wish to tell at this time in connections with the community? >> i would prefer to remain silent is what he says. the shootings are random and have not revealed a motive. writers had given dalton good ratings until saturday when the company received multiple complaints about his driving. one person called 9-1-1. dog continued to give rise after the first shooting. he was denied on. lauren: there was also talk of putting a panic button. the government disputes with
apple over an iphone used an iphone used by san bernardino terrorists. apple refusing to i'm not a fun suggesting the government for make commission to look at problems posed by encryption. victims of the attack were filed legal reef in support of the fbi's attempt to force apple to unlock the iphone. their attorney discusses the risk of selling the software apple would use for the task with maria bartiromo. >> when we went to the 1960s have been wiretapping, the illegal wiretapping that took place can happen. as i was going to be back is out there doing bad things. that does not mean we paralyzed law-enforcement. we need to get the information we need. >> protests are in support of apple refusing to hack into the iphone. meanwhile, the london "financial times" reported microsoft founder bill gates is back in the fbi's request to get into the phone. nicole: let's get you caught up in the global action market.
the devaluation of the wind, stocks under pressure in a shack at in a shack at the shanghai down 0.8%, hang seng a quarter% and the cost me down .1%. lauren: asia closes lower. ftse on 24, dxm 85. nicole: dow futures down 54, s&p down 5.5. nasdaq down the team. lauren: oil right now down 47 cents. 32.92 a barrel. gold at $9. nicole: to american investors chance export their merger. the talks stalled over antitrust concerns. honeywell and united states knowledge is confirming reports late yesterday that they have held talks. united technologies had to do with faith and their multiple regulatory obstacles. the companies each worth more than $70 billion of overlaps and this is especially in the aerospace sector. deal with drug possession from other companies in the sector
including outweighed. lauren: questions over accounting practices both for sven to restate results according to "the wall street journal." the drugmaker with an internal review of the dead $9 in revenue should've been up for 2015 and 52014. the restatements around the business with medication distributor so adored. while the overall and pact will reportedly have minimum impact on earnings, shares are down almost 1% of premarket trading. nicole: we are watching shares of fit bit this morning. 18% of premarket trading after the company issued a weak outlook for the current quarter after the bell. fit bit warning that global launch of new products including the smart watch will read the results. the products account for the company's sales are the downbeat guidance overshadowed earnings for the fourth quarter.
lauren: the attack shutting down for credit cards, auto insurance and mortgages for "the wall street journal" says google comparable wind down this month and be completely shut down by march 23rd of the service had only been running a year. nicole: coming out, a messy commute for travelers in the northeast. we will have your tuesday forecast did u.s. stock market futures with a little bit. s&p futures down six. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news. ♪
page features 1061 points printed out a correction territory. s&p 500 to seven points, only down 5%. things are getting better for your 401(k). nicole: yesterday a pullback. the lows of the morning with some good news there. has been done over 2% at 32.85. gold is up $9. lauren: her morning commute may be nested this morning appears to bears during sudden snow predicted for parts of the country. gloria molina is here tracking it all for us. >> that's right. tracking risk for severe storms and snow fall. i want to take a look at the first batch of rainfall we are looking at pushing through places like virginia and extended even further south across places like alabama and the florida panhandle. this batch of rain rain and then driving and then we have a
seconds or insistent tracking. this one much more powerful a pregnant snowfall new mexico, colorado and heavy rain and thunderstorms across eastern parts of type this. later on today and into tonight we have the risk for severe weather and is pretty significant at-bat in places like eastern louisiana to mississippi, alabama and western florida panhandle you do have to try to not only see damaging when developing that even a pretty significant threat for tornadoes in some could be strong. heads up if you live anywhere furthermore one ,-com,-com ma mobile, alabama company do have concerns throughout nighttime hours today. current temperatures across the nation are pulled across places like northern new england. cariboo menubar below zero. otherwise the rest of the nation not too bad. 29 in chicago in 40 degrees for your current temperature in memphis. let's head over to you. jo: thank you -- lauren: thank you so much.
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german experts are weaker than expected. u.s. stock index futures after 220-point game yesterday. the dog down 49. s&p downside. commodities deal gained 6% yesterday. 1028 cents, gold is up over nine bucks. take you through the next several hours. "mornings with maria." and i say hello to you. maria: welcome. tuesday, february 23rd. your top stories at 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. voters in nevada heading to the republican caucuses today. things heating up on the campaign trail. donald trump looking for is third straight win while marco rivera and ted cruz battle it out to be the alternative candidate. ted cruz looking to recover after firing his campaign manager of our social media post late yesterday. donald trump wasted no time.
here is what he told sean hannity on fox. >> i was having commerciacommercia ls made about myself. that wasn't made. i have one being made right now in las vegas. have you seen it? having to do with federal land. and they made this day but where did they come up with these ideas. he just fired this guy is, so maybe that'll be the end of it. maria: a heated dispute between apple and the government. bill gates back in the fbi's request to get into the fund used by one of the san bernardino terrorist. in an interview, gates says this case was not set a legal precedent. the kalamazoo lgbt driver suspected of going on a rampage has reportedly admitted to his crimes. this is one of the state intends onto blank. a 14-year-old girl thought to be dead in moments away from having your organs harvested squeezed her mother's hand and wrist wanted to voice commands.
she is now listed as in critical condition. turning to market this morning, take a look. features syndicate the broader averages that the dow opening 40 points. nasdaq 15 points. this morning will get redone home prices, home sales, consumer confidence. driving action today, an analyst meeting jpmorgan is hosting, macy's and home depot. checking all that coming up. overseas action in europe arcus funkiness oil prices has gone today. down 30 points. markets under pressure and mining giants cut its dividend and standard chartered to a loss in the quarter. all the major averages down by three quarters of a percent. price declines as well. fractional across the board. nikkei average of 30%,%, hang seng a quarter of a percent. nevada republican voters set to participate tonight for donald trump hold the lead. blake